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BOOM! Reveals Joe Quinones Variant for Firefly Comics Revival on #MalCrushMonday

In a move sure to please hardcore fans of the prematurely canceled space Western, Firefly, known colloquially as Firebronies, BOOM! Studios has released the next variant cover for their upcoming official Firefly revival comic book from artist Joe Quinones. BOOM! is releasing new variant covers for the series as part of a 5-week promotional event […]

Check in on Regular Show 25 Years Later: BOOM! Studios June 2018 Solicits

New miniseries, By Night from writer John Allison and artist Christine Larsen, begins, you can hate Mondays once more with Garfield Homecoming, and see how things turn out with Regular Show: 25 Years Later. All of this plus Adventure Time, Power Rangers, Planet of the Apes, WWE, and plenty of others are revealed in the Boom! Studios June 2018 solicits. Details below.   APR181089 BY NIGHT #1 […]

America #12 cover by Joe Quinones

Supreme Court Rules: Gabby Rivera Made Magic with Marvel’s America

America, the Marvel comic book by Gabby Rivera and Joe Quinones, has some friends in high places. Writer Rivera posted a photo on Twitter of a letter she received from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor praising her work on the comic, which an aide turned the Obama appointee onto. “I am grateful to you for your […]



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No Gwenpool or America From Marvel in March 2018 – Cancelled?

Well, the Marvel March 2018 solicits are out, and it looks like a pair of casualties have been stealthily surfaced: America and The Unbelievable Gwenpool. Neither title is listed in the solicits for March 2018 by Marvel. Since Marvel has made a habit of not broadcasting when a book is slated to end, when a book is slated to […]

Cover to America #8 by Joe Quinones

Marvel Legacy America #8 Review: Question Authority

America has returned home after learning her family history from her grandmother, Madrimar. Unfortunately, there have been some changes at Sotomayor University, among which is a new professor in charge of relations between the faculty and students. Things get a bit weirder from there and not in the good way, at least, not for America […]

America #7 Review: A Goddess For The New Age

America Chavez gets in touch with her roots, as he grandmother explains the origins of their home planet, her people, how they came to the Utopian Parallel, and her mothers. America is a character that I’ve liked quite a bit since her recent inception. I’ve yet to read Vengeance, and I’m just now going back […]


The Kate Leth/Joe Quinones Tim Burton-Style Batman ’89 Comic That DC Turned Down

Posted by Joe Quinones to his blog yesterday…  Batman ‘89. Which he describes as,  a bunch of proof of concept art I did for a Batman miniseries pitch Kate Leth and I put together last year. Inspired by DC’s recent Batman ‘66 series, our story would have picked up the threads left by Tim Burton’s Batman Returns. We […]

This Is How The Howard The Duck Evolutionary Variant #1 Will Work

We mentioned this a week ago, but had no idea how it was going to work. In the fashion of the Ant Man #1 Shrinking Variant with every single cover slightly different, this is the Howard The Duck Evolutionary Variant to kick off the first issue by Chip Zdarsky. Be there for the birth of that fabulous […]

BOOM! Studios Unveils First Four 10th Anniversary Covers

BOOM! Studios announced their 10th Anniversary cover program that would have one artist drawing covers for each imprint each quarter for the year-long celebration. The wraparound covers are designed by Scott Newman and include an image from the assigned artist or art team. The first quarter (Jan – Mar 2015) artist / art teams are: […]




Joe Quinones Shares His 6th Grade Mario Paint Wolverine, Spider-Man, Batman, And Spawn

The Nerdy Show run an excellent site, and recently shared this piece with Bleeding Cool, thinking it might tickle the fancy of superhero comic fans and animators alike: Every artist has got to get a start somewhere, right? But all-star Marvel/DC artist Joe Quinones won’t bore you with middle-school art crafted in traditional mediums – oh no! […]

Ch-Ch-Changes – Marvel And DC Comics In October, From Action Comics To All-New Miracleman

Another look at upcoming comics, that might differ from how they were originally solicited… Justice League #34 will be drawn by Scott Kolins, not Doug Mahnke and Keith Champagne. It also has the cover above by Jason Fabok, originally intended for his first issue #26. Superman/Batman #16 will be drawn by Marc Deering and Diogenes Neves and not Jae Lee. Though […]

Valiant Has Faith In Harbinger Solo One-Shot

Valiant is shining the spotlight on one of the Renegades in the upcoming new one-shot Harbinger: Faith #0 by Joshua Dysart and Robert Gill. Just as Faith is going from being part of a teenaged group of outsiders to a member of the super-team Unity, this issue tells her never-before-revealed origin. Her first and only […]

A Jonathan Hickman Page From This Years’s CBLDF Liberty Annual

The CBLDF Liberty Annual 2014, supporting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, is publishing by Image Comics on the 8th October –  with the Final Order Cut-Off date set for Monday. The writers on the comic are Jeff Parker, Stan Sakai, Marc Guggenheim & Tara Butters, Jonathan Hickman, Brian Wood, Amy Chu, Al Ewing, Robin Furth, […]

Everyone Pointing The Finger in Ultimate Comics’ Survive Preview

So, someone is dead, Spoilers for Ultimate Cataclysm, obviously. And in the Survive oneshot by Brian Bendis and Joe Quinones, everyone is pointing the finger. First there’s Tony Stark.Then there’s SHIELD… Well, someone’s going to blamed. They seem to have to have got the shield back off Storm though.